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Dementia Support: Together Always.
A Trusted Community Since 1992


Your Community.

At Town Break Dementia Support, we're a community, not just a service. We want you to feel like you're among friends who truly understand and care.

Navigating dementia can be tough, and we get that it's natural to feel overwhelmed by questions and thoughts. Whether they're big or small, we're here to provide the support and answers you need.

Our services are a safe space where everyone affected by dementia feels supported, valued, and together. We envision a future where no one feels alone, with compassion and understanding guiding our support.

Explore our services tailored to meet individual needs and provide personalised social support. Click below to see what we offer throughout Forth Valley.


Getting to Know us.

Town Break Dementia Support  is a community for people affected by dementia. Our mission is to inspire and enable people across Forth Valley to live well with dementia.

Our Volunteers.

We're not just a charity; we're agents of transformation.


We aim to reshape the way Forth Valley and society views dementia, and we're always looking for enthusiastic individuals from the community to come on board. Together, we can ignite hope and offer vital social support to people affected by dementia.

If you're passionate about our cause and have some free time each week, we invite you to play a crucial role in our cause. To find out more or to access our volunteer form, simply click the link below, or get in touch with us directly.


Join us in making a real difference

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Unpaid Carer

"For my husband it eased his feeling of isolation and he responded to the interaction with others and became his old self for a time, telling stories and singing."

Town Break Volunteer

"Town Break Dementia Support is a valuable resource for people affected by dementia and their carers. As a volunteer, I have been delighted to engage with everyone at the groups, in whatever capacity and have developed a much deeper understanding of the implications of dementia."

Person Living with Dementia

"It just helps me get out on those days, tackling feelings of isolation. It is motivation to get out."
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